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  1. Malajinn
    BOOM Library collections have quickly become an integral part of my sound effects library, and I have used them in a wide variety of projects. The Sci-Fi, Cinematic Trailers and Magic collections are fantastic for sound design work, from the quick and easy answers in the "Designed" section, to the many elements in the "Construction Kit" I use.
  2. Nilkree
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  3. Maukazahn
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  4. Vile
    Vinyl Noise SFX is a free library of vinyl noise and crackle sound effects created by Matoto aka Chia. The library contains 37 audio samples in total, featuring a variety of vinyl record noises. The Library. Vinyl Noise SFX is a collection of vinyl noise recordings.
  5. Duzilkree
    Consider a specialty bell, such as the go-go or gonkogwe. No matter what style of music you play, a good assortment of effects percussion gives you and your band the tools to stand out from the rest. With the freedom to incorporate specialty percussion sounds, there are that many fewer limits on the character of each song you produce.
  6. Malarr
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  7. Kak
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  8. Musar
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  9. Sajin
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